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In August 2001, Mayor Grady Parker announced that the new facility would be located adjacent to Orr Park where it was subsequently built.
From 1963 to 2001, Marcel Dionne and Bryan Trottier were the only single-time winners of the scoring title, while Stan Mikita, Phil Esposito, Bobby Orr, Guy Lafleur, Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, and Jaromir Jagr had won it on multiple occasions.
* Orr, John W. Set Up Running: The Life of a Pennsylvania Railroad Engineman, 1904 – 1949, Penn State Press, 2001 ISBN 0-271-02056-3
* Robin Orr Blair ( 2001 – 2008 )
A 2001 attack by Eli Biham, Orr Dunkelman and Nathan Keller presents a linear cryptanalysis attack that breaks 10 of 32 rounds of Serpent-128 with 2 < sup > 118 </ sup > known plaintexts and 2 < sup > 89 </ sup > time, and 11 rounds of Serpent-192 / 256 with 2 < sup > 118 </ sup > known plaintexts and 2 < sup > 187 </ sup > time.
He won three consecutive Norris Trophies, from 2001 to 2003, becoming the first defenseman since Bobby Orr to win three straight.
( Interestingly, from 1969 to 2001, Dionne and Bryan Trottier were the only single-time winners of the scoring title, while Phil Esposito, Bobby Orr, Guy Lafleur, Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, and Jaromir Jagr had won it on multiple occasions.
With Tim Harriss gone, Zach Blair was hired to fill his spot as Flattus Maximus, Casey Orr also having returned to the band as Beefcake the Mighty for the recording of the band's first entirely thrash metal album in years: Violence Has Arrived, released on November 6, 2001, the album being seen as a " comeback " of sorts and setting off changes that resulted in the current state of the band.
In 2001, Rodney Orr gained attention again after the death of Dale Earnhardt when his autopsy photos as well as pop star Lisa Lopes were displayed on the internet.
In 2001 Wired magazine named Orr on its list of " gamemaking gods.
After the release of Violence Has Arrived in 2001, Orr and his wife had a baby.

2001 and resigned
Zoff returned to Lazio, but resigned following a poor start to the 2001 – 02 season.
The Socialists re-elected Ilir Meta as Prime Minister in August 2001, a post which he held till February 2002, when he resigned due to party infighting.
In December 2000, her husband resigned as Governor of Texas to prepare for his inauguration as President of the United States in January 2001.
Stott Despoja was elected leader on 6 April 2001, replacing Meg Lees, who resigned from the party in July 2002.
In early 2001, Barak resigned following the outbreak of the al-Aqsa Intifada.
En route to a second straight last-place finish, Oates resigned his position 28 games into the 2001 season.
He resigned these positions at the end of 2000 to pursue fieldwork supported by the National Geographic Society and the Columbus Zoo in Australia in 2001.
Sales steadily declined from the mid-1990s to around 200, 000 in 2001, by which time Chris Donald had resigned as editor and passed control to an " editorial cabinet " comprising his brother, Simon, Dury, Thorp and new recruits Davey Jones and Alex Collier.
Notwithstanding the different political orientation of the ruling parties, the coalition stayed united until Mart Laar resigned in December 2001, after Reform Party had broken up the same coalition in Tallinn municipality, making opposition leader Edgar Savisaar new Mayor of Tallinn.
In the spring of 2001, eleven MPs who either voluntarily resigned or were expelled from the party formed the " Independent Alliance Caucus ".
Shortly thereafter, the company ’ s audit committee and board of directors were notified of the fraud and acted swiftly: Sullivan was fired, Myers resigned, Arthur Andersen withdrew its audit opinion for 2001, and the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission ( SEC ) launched an investigation into these matters on June 26, 2002 ( see accounting scandals ).
De la Rúa, however, could not manage an economic crisis and finally resigned on December 21, 2001, amid violent riots.
Moreover, in the midst of serious economic crisis and riots, President Fernando de la Rúa resigned on December 21, 2001, leaving the UCR reputation severely damaged.
After a slow start to the following season, Advocaat resigned from his post in December 2001 to be replaced as manager by Alex McLeish.
Gale Norton, Interior Secretary under George W. Bush from 2001 – 2006, resigned due to connections with the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal.
On 9 March 2001, she was elected Federal chairperson of Alliance ' 90 / The Greens at the party conference in Stuttgart and resigned as a Member of the Bundestag at the end of March 2001 as a result.
Gerry Francis returned in 1998, however the 2000 – 2001 season proved to be a disaster, and Francis resigned in early 2001.
In 2001 St. Mark's ward Councillors Dennis de Lord and Jan Jenner resigned in protest at hypocrisy within the Conservative group on the Council.
His predecessors were Jean Tiberi ( 1995 – 2001 ), and Jacques Chirac ( 1977 – 95 ), who resigned after 18 years as mayor when he was elected president of France.
Since her party at the time did not allow the combination of functions in the party and the government in one person, she resigned when she became minister in the second government of Gerhard Schröder in 2001.
Bouchard resigned in 2001, and was succeeded as PQ leader and Quebec Premier by Bernard Landry, a former PQ Finance minister.
After a very successful year as Mayor, marked by widespread community support, he resigned suddenly in May 2001 following a Grand Jury indictment for one count of misdemeanor perjury and in the same week being arrested by the Gun Barrel City Police Department for Public Intoxication.
* Peter Chung, former associate at Carlyle Group Korea, who resigned in 2001 after 2 weeks on the job after his infamous email scandal

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In 2001, Alfred Nobel's great-grandnephew, Peter Nobel ( b. 1931 ), asked the Bank of Sweden to differentiate its award to economists given " in Alfred Nobel's memory " from the five other awards.
The captaincy passed from Border to Taylor in the mid-1990s and then to Steve Waugh before the 2001 series.
The wicketkeeper-batsman position was held by Ian Healy for most of the 1990s and by Adam Gilchrist from 2001 to 2006 – 07.
* 2001 – Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has a Ten Commandments monument installed in the judiciary building, leading to a lawsuit to have it removed and his own removal from office.
The Roman Empire from Severus to Constantine, Routledge, 2001
In the Australian Capital Territory, the Act of Settlement was, on 11 May 1989, converted, from an act of the Parliament of England into an ACT enactment, by section 34 ( 4 ) of the Australian Capital Territory ( Self-Government ) Act 1988 ( Cwlth ), and then renamed The Act of Settlement 1700 by the Legislation Act 2001.
An example of active passenger and crew member resistance occurred when passengers and flight attendants of American Airlines Flight 63 from Paris to Miami on December 22, 2001, teamed up to help helped prevent Richard Reid from igniting explosives hidden in his shoes.
Blank retired from the company in 2001 as co-chairman.
French examples from the same period include the memoirs of Cardinal de Retz ( 1614 – 1679 ) and the Duc de Saint-Simon 2001 / 2010.
On September 10, 2001, Mohamed Atta picked up Omari from the Milner Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, and the two drove their rented Nissan to a Comfort Inn in South Portland, Maine, where they spent the night in room 232.
A fax from the Secretary of the International Narcotics Control Board to the Netherlands Ministry of Public Health sent in 2001 goes on to state that " Consequently, preparations ( e. g. decoctions ) made of these plants, including ayahuasca, are not under international control and, therefore, not subject to any of the articles of the 1971 Convention.
The first co-ed south Asian a cappella was Anokha, from the University of Maryland, formed in 2001.
The Genoa Group of Eight Summit protest from July 18 to July 22, 2001 was one of the bloodiest protests in Western Europe's recent history, as evidenced by the wounding of hundreds of policemen and civilians forced to lock themselves inside of their homes and the death of a young Genoese anarchist named Carlo Giuliani — who was shot in the face while trying to throw a fire extinguisher on a police car — during two days of violence and rioting by fringe groups supported by the nonchalance of more consistent and peaceful masses of protesters, and the hospitalisation of several of those peaceful demonstrators just mentioned.
This represents an increase of 2. 04 % from the 2001 census.
The 2001 census recorded 10 % of the local population spoke the language, a five fold increase over ten years from the figure of 2 % recorded in 1991.
The club suffered relegation from the Welsh Football League in 2001 and has since slipped down through the next two divisions into its current position, although the future is now looking brighter.
On December 13, 2001, George W. Bush gave Russia notice of the United States ' withdrawal from the treaty, in accordance with the clause that required six months ' notice before terminating the pact — the first time in recent history that the United States has withdrawn from a major international arms treaty.
A 2001 study found that Atlanta ’ s heavy tree cover declined from 48 % in 1974 to 38 % in 1996.
On September 11, 2001, Nami boarded United 93 and assisted in the hijacking of the plane, which crashed into a field in rural Shanksville, Pennsylvania, after a passenger uprising, due to the passengers receiving information from their families of the 3 other hijacked planes that hit the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Five other suspected hijackers also received duplicate Florida licenses in 2001, and others had licenses from different states.
Gianfranco Fini was notably nominated Deputy Prime Minister after the 2001 general election and was Foreign Minister from November 2004 to May 2006.
Berlin is subdivided into twelve boroughs ( Bezirke ), down from 23 boroughs before Berlin's 2001 administrative reform.
William Jefferson " Bill " Clinton ( born William Jefferson Blythe III ; August 19, 1946 ) is an American politician who served as the 42nd President of the United States from 1993 to 2001.

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